Perovskite quantum dots, hydrophobic
Perovskite Cd-free quantum dots, 450 ± 15 nm, 480 ± 15 nm, 510 ± 15 nm, 530 ± 15 nm, 550 ± 15 nm,
Cd-free strongly luminescent perovskite quantum dots of the general structure ABC3 coated with hydrophobic organic ligands.
Readily soluble in toluene, hexane, chlorobenzene and similar dry solvents.
Not soluble in alcohols, ethers and other polar solvents. Not compatible with water or water-containing solvents.
Emission peak width (FWHM) ca. 15-35 nm depending on the type of the QDs.
Particle size: ca. 10 nm.
Ideal for industrial applications due to the large scale manufacturing, and the lowest prices among all available QDs.
Highly efficient quantum dots for displays and sensors.
Light Emitting Diodes
X-Ray and UV Detectors
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